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Douglas, James, Sir, 1803-1877 File
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Report from James Douglas to John McLoughlin

The item is a transcript copy of an 18 page report in the form of a letter written by James Douglas on October 1, 1840 on board the HBC steam vessel "Beaver". It is addressed to John McLouglin, Chief Factor of Fort Vancouver.The report ...

Outward correspondence

The series consists of correspondence sent by Paul Fraser in 1852 and 1853 to a number of correspondents, including James Douglas, Eden Colville, and James Yale. Correspondence deals with Hudson's Bay Company and other business or travel ma...

Peter Ogden correspondence with James Douglas

The file consists of one letter written in 1860 by Peter Ogden to James Douglas, governor of British Columbia. Ogden requests payment of $102 as recompense for supplies and assistance provided to Major William Downie, who arrived at Stuart Lake in...

McDougall, Robert Paul.

Political institutions on Vancouver Island, 1851-1864. A study in the determinants of a political culture. 161 leaves. Essay (B.A.), University of Victoria. 1973. Bibliography: leaves 154-161.Presented by the author, 1973.

McDougall, Robert Paul

McNab, David. Cornerbrook; Professor.

Vacillation of Purpose: Indian Policies of the Colonial Office in British North America in the Mid-Nineteenth Century. A paper presented to the Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, University of Western Ontario, 1978.Presented by the ...

McNab, David. Cornerbrook; Professor